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How did the Natives of Australia become Acquainted with the Demigods and Daemonia, and with the Superstitions of the Ancient Races? And How Have Many Oriental Words been Incorporated in Their Dialects and Languages?


Published January 1, 1854
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"How did the Natives of Australia become Acquainted with the Demigods and Daemonia, and with the Superstitions of the Ancient Races? And How Have Many Oriental Words been Incorporated in Their Dialects and Languages?" is an article from Journal of the Ethnological Society of London (1848-1856), Volume 3.

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Volume 3
Publisher Journal of the Ethnological Society of London (1848-1856)
Pages 48
Language English
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